STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Set Tentative Track Listing For 'Greatest Hits' Album

September 16, 2003

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS have set the tentative track listing for their forthcoming "greatest hits" album, "Thank You", due on November 11 through Atlantic Records. The collection, which will feature 14 of the bands hit songs, plus an acoustic version of "Plush" and a new song titled "All In The Suit That You Wear" (MP3 clip),will draw from STP's five albums: "Core" (1992),"Purple" (1994),"Tiny Music - Songs From the Vatican Gift Shop" (1996),"No. 4" (1999) and "Shangri-La De Da" (2001). In addition, the group will issue a DVD containing two hours and forty minutes of live performances, bootlegs, music videos and photos, including a special live version of "Sex Type Thing", featuring footage of the song from more than 10 years of performances.

The tentative track listing for "Thank You" is as follows:

01. Vasoline
02. Down
03. Wicked Garden
04. Big Empty
05. Plush
06. Big Bang Baby
07. Creep
08. Lady Picture Show
09. Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart
10. Interstate Love Song
11. All In The Suit That You Wear
12. Sex Type Thing
13. Days Of The Week
14. Sour Girl
15. Plush (Acoustic)

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